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Peter Crump - 1st and 2nd Grade

 

 

 

1st Grade

2 #2 PencIls, Sharpened

1 Box of Crayons (18 Count - NOT JUMBO)

1 Zaner Bloser Writing Tablct (Available at School Supply Store)

1  Glue Sttck

I Pockct Folder

I Pair of Fiskar Blunt Scissors

1 Zippered Pouch for Supplies (no school boxes)

2 Boxes of Tissue

1 Bottle of hand Sanitizer or Liquid Soap

2nd Grade

Zaner Bloser Writing Tablet (Available at School Supply Store)

3  #2 Pencils

1  Large Eraser

I  Box of Crayons (8 Count)

1 Pair Blunt Scissors

2 Glue Sticks

1 Large Box of Tissue

I Large Zippered Pouch No Art Box

2 Folders with Pockets and 3 Prongs

I Book bag - Large and Sturdy

1 1/2 to 3 /4" 3 RIng Vinyl Binder

1 Baby Wipes

I Roll of Paper Towels

1 Antibacterial Soap

1 Package of Wide Ruled Notebook Paper

 

*Please do not send Trapper Keepers

 

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